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ThT – Operation Focus

February 2 @ 19:30 - 22:00

RSVP: 23022 – 19:30 (please sign-up asap though, as it makes things easier to plan)
Activity: Mission – Strike, Escort
Theatre: Syria
Modules: F/A-18C, F-14B, AJS 37, F-16C, Mirage F1
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of selected aircraft, CASE1 for F18/F14

LINEUP

F/A-18C ARCTIC11 (400): Bankler ARCTIC12 (401): Frefeh ARCTIC13 (402): JackFlash ARCTIC14 (403): Blichten

F/A-18C BENDER21 (404): Leka BENDER22 (405): Apollo BENDER23 (406): Johnny BENDER24 (407): Bouncer

F/A-18C CRIMSON31 (410): CRIMSON32 (411): CRIMSON33 (412): CRIMSON34 (413):

Mirage F1 BADGER41 : Knugen BADGER42 : Urist BADGER43 : Jinx BADGER44 :

F-14B ELVIS51 (100): Nillefix | Troll ELVIS52 (101): Bambi | Deadgun ELVIS53 (102): ELVIS54 (102):

AJS 37 FENRIS61: Goofy FENRIS62: Qvintus FENRIS63: Ironsavior FENRIS64: Lt_Nasty

AJS 37 GRIM71: GRIM72: GRIM73: GRIM74:

F-16C INDY91: Mags INDY92: Pahi INDY93: Moldy INDY94: Ulvar

F-16C JESTER11: JESTER12: JESTER13: JESTER14:

GCI MONARCH: MONARCH:

Airport Ground: Tower: Control:

Carrier Marshal: Tower: LSO:

1 SITUATION

1.1 Overview

Following a coup in Syria by a hardline faction of the Syrian military, Israeli intelligence assess that a Syrian attack on Isreal is being planned. The decision has been made to launch a surprise attack on Syrian airfields, decimating the Syrian air force’s ability to launch attacks of their own for the foreseeable future. The attack will be conducted together with US Navy aircraft operating out of the eastern mediterranean and AJS-37s operating out of Cyprus.

Notes –
1. The mission is set in 1983, and any weapons entering service after that date are prohibited. Otherwise, each FL is responsible for choosing the loadout they believe to be most suitable.
2. To reduce the risk of detection, the mission will be executed in complete radio silence, from the very start. No radio transmissions are to be made between flights, packages or between GCI/Flights, with two exceptions – a) GCI may issue a ‘NIGHTFALL’ call, in which case all flights are to abort and RTB and b) If you need to alert another aircraft of an urgent threat, such as an hostile aircraft or a MANPAD launch. Flights/Packages must therefore ensure that ALL members of their package understand what the plan is beforehand. Note – intraflight communication (within the same group) is permitted, either on Simple Radio or TS, and each flightlead decides whether they want to use this or go radio silent. IRL, hand signals can be used which isn’t possible in DCS. Radio silence is maintained until landing.
3. Each flight lead (or package lead) will be responsible for planning their loadout, waypoints, fuel and attack on their own, and if two flights in the same package plans separately they need to ensure that they are aware of each other’s gameplan. Again, no clarification can be done once spawned in.

1.2 Area of operations

South- and northwestern Syria. Terrain mostly flat desert, with a coastal mountain range.

1.3 Time and weather

* July 07 – 1983
* 06:30 local time
* Scattered (7500′-11500′)
* Wind 268 / 6 knots at ground, 268 / 14 knots at 1600 feet.
* QNH 2992 / 1013

1.4 Air threats

MiG-21, MiG-25

MiG-21s & MiG-25s have been reported. Only few aircraft on training sorties are expected to be airborne.

1.5 Ground threats

ZSU-23 Shilka, MANPADS, SA-2. AAA and MANPADS are expected at all targets. SA-2s are expected covering major cities and possibly at airfields, and it is recommended that all flights fly no higher than 300 feet AGL to reduce risk of being spotted by SA-2.

1.6 Friendly forces

N/A, we are the only blue forces in Syria.

1.7 Civilian/3rd part

Expected around major civilian airports, all bogeys must be visually identified before engaging.

2 MISSION

The attack will consist of three packages launching a simultaneous strike on three different Syrian military airfield. Priority targets are aircraft on the ground, runways and other airfield infrastructure in that order. All already airborne Syrian military aircraft may be engaged.

3 EXECUTION

3.1 Commander’s intent

Inflict maximum possible material damage on the Syrian Air force.
Friendly radar coverage over Syria is limited, especially at low altitudes. Do not expect to rely on GCI once over the border. Monitor the package channel regardless in case of NIGHTFALL.

3.2 Packages

The mission contains 3 packages with the following division of aircraft:
‘Hammer’ – Mirage F1, F16, based out of Ramat David, to target Khalkhalah Airbase in Southern Syria
‘Mace’ – F14 & F18, based out of the USS Abraham Lincoln, to target Shayrat Airbase in Western Syria
‘Lance’ – AJS37, based out of RAF Akrotiri, to target Abu al-Duhur Airbase in Northern Syria

3.3 Order of events

Each package is to commence their attack on their designated target at 07:45LT. It is critical that all aircraft in each package adheres to this time on target, as if one package is to early the Syrian air defenses on other airfields will be put on high alert, thus endangering the other packages. All packages are to cease their attacks and RTB no later than 07:50.

3.4 Rules of engagement

ROE: C
Weapons free on all aircraft in the air that have been visually confirmed to be Syrian Air force. Weapons free on all aircraft, ground equipment and other ground targets on or around each target airfield.

3.5 Acceptable level of risk

ALR: MEDIUM
As per SPINS

3.6 Flight tasking
Package Hammer (Lead: TBD)

Loadout: FL decides
Waypoints: As per FL planning

3.6 Flight tasking
Package Mace (Lead: TBD)

Loadout: FL decides
Waypoints: As per FL planning

3.6 Flight tasking
Package Lance (Lead: TBD)

Loadout: FL decides
Waypoints: As per FL planning

4.2 Carrier operations

* CASE 1
* BRC: 264
* Departure time: As per FL Planning
* Departure sequence: As per FL Planning
* Charlie time: 08:30

As per Carrier Ops SPINS
BRC: 264

4.3 Tankers

As per Aerial Refueling SOP

5 COMMAND AND CONTROL

5.1 Commander

* Each package is led by a package lead. Due to enforced radio silence and poor radar coverage, no centralized control can be effective. Flights are to monitor the package channel at all times.

5.2 Frequencies

As per Comms SOP

5.6 Brevity

* NIGHTFALL – Abort mission. May only be given by GCI

5.7 Bullseye

N 42 15.00′ E 42 03.00′

Details

Date:
February 2
Time:
19:30 - 22:00
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-= J i n x =- Mirage F1 om jag slipper FL Apollo12 F/A-18C, AJS or ZIPLIP AWACS Arrow F/A-18C eller F14 pilot i värsta fall Bambi F-14 Bankler F/A-18C Blichten F/A-18C Bouncer F/A-18C bucketeye F-14 RIO DeadGun_SWE F-14B RIO / AJS 37 frefeh F/A-18C Fritter F-14B, ersätter Nillefix g_stall AJS-37 finns risk för sent avhopp… Glaucus AJS37 Goofy AJS37 Hagman AJS37, inte FL insop AWACS (observatør)
ironsavior AJS JackFlash FA-18 Johnny F/A-18C (ej FL, helst radiotyst flight) Knugen F16 / Mirage leka F/A-18C Loggert Awacs kaffe kokning Lt_Nasty AJS37, ej FL Mags F-16C Moldy F-16, AJS vid behov men ej lead pahi F-16C Qvintus AJS37 (ej FL), annars F-16C (ej FL) STRAFFAN FA-18C Tony AJS37 (om det går att klämma in) Troll F14 Pilot/Rio Mirage F1 Ulvar F-16C Urist AJS37 / (Mirage F1)
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